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Android Hacking Flash Drive


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So I recently acquired one of these:

http://www.sandisk.com/products/usb/dualdrive/?gclid=Cj0KEQjwqe-rBRCv_J6qs6isp6EBEiQAmbctFtHJ882N09c-28MKcuayrIhHK5ThPcFfuP7-CikmcYcaAl168P8HAQ

What I want to do is have the flash drive copy all of the information from the phone when connected. I know a hack like this is possible exploiting the autorun feature on Windows, but I have limited experience with Android. Does anyone know how/if this could be done?

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Since Vista, Windows demands a user's OK before doing autorun, and for quite some time before that, the general consensus was that while it's understood why they created it, it was a very naive idea.

I find it very hard to believe that a much newer OS like Android would decide to implement a similar, broken feature.

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